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Instead of whole milk, you can opt for nut milk to make this recipe vegan. Loaded with beans and veggies, it's a hearty meal perfect for cold nights. Get the recipe.
There's no cream in this gooey, melty baked pasta dish. A homemade cashew ricotta made with just five easy ingredients makes it super rich. Get the recipe.
Serve these baked vegetarian meatballs over pasta, zucchini noodles, polenta, or even a salad. Get the recipe.
Layers of sautéed mushrooms, spinach, ricotta cheese, marinara sauce, and whole wheat lasagna noodles make this the ultimate comfort food. Get the recipe.
You could order take out...or you could whip up a big bowl of veggie lo mein just as quickly. Get the recipe.
Nope, that's not chicken. It's cauliflower that's crispy on the outside and melt-in-your-mouth tender on the inside. Get the recipe.
These breaded zucchini cutlets are baked with fontina, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese, and they're bound to be a hit with the whole family. Get the recipe.
Roast all of your favorite veggies on a sheet pan while you boil the orzo. Then, mix it all together and top it with a tangy homemade lemon and olive oil dressing. Get the recipe.
This curry gets a kick from coconut milk, red curry paste, and yellow curry powder. If you're trying to eat completely vegetarian or vegan, just leave out the fish sauce. Get the recipe.
This polenta is so cheesy and indulgent, it's the perfect meal for a weeknight dinner or a special occasion. Get the recipe.
Whether you're cutting back on carbs or just trying to eat more vegetables, this cheesy, rich spaghetti squash comes together in just 15 minutes. Get the recipe.
Top these spicy tacos with anything from sliced avocado and jalapeño to sour cream and salsa. Get the recipe.
The best thing about chili: It makes amazing leftovers. So make a big pot on a lazy Sunday and keep it in the freezer for a no-brainer weekday meal. Get the recipe.
You can never have too many casserole recipes. Just throw all of your ingredients into a single baking dish and cook it in the oven until the veggies are tender and the cheese is melted. Get the recipe.
Start with store-bought naan or pita, then fill the sandwiches with homemade baked falafel, cumin-roasted cauliflower and carrots, and sun-dried tomatoes. If you're trying to cut back on carbs, you can also serve it on a bed of greens. Get the recipe.
This rustic mushroom pasta gets its flavor from a sauce made of butter, white wine, lemon juice, sage, basil, and thyme. Get the recipe.
This hearty Israeli recipe featuring cannelloni beans, whole canned tomatoes, baked eggs, and lots of spices is not only delicious, but also super affordable. A serving will set you back just $1.62. Get the recipe.
If you associate paella with summertime and sangria, think again. This vegetarian version features the season's best produce like acorn squash and cauliflower. Get the recipe.
Underneath that mound of creamy mashed sweet potatoes you'll find a filling layer of warm lentils, portobello mushrooms, and mixed veggies. Get the recipe.
Roasted eggplant gets rolled up with a cheesy mixture of ricotta, Parmesan, egg, and red pepper flakes. Then it gets baked in the oven 'til golden brown perfection. Get the recipe.
This savory broth is incredibly creamy without the help of any meat thanks to soy milk, dashi, soy sauce, and miso. You can get creative with your favorite ramen additions like soft boiled egg, kimchi, and bok choy. Get the recipe.
All you need is 15 minutes to make this decadent zoodle dish. Get the recipe.
Everything except for the doughy topping gets cooked until tender in the slow cooker. Then, transfer the veggie mixture to a baking dish, cover it with a sheet of puff pasty, and bake it for 10 minutes until it turns golden brown and flaky.
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Flatbread gets a Mediterranean twist thanks to hummus (homemade or store-bought), spinach, sun-dried tomato, pine nuts, and pesto. Don't forget a sprinkle of feta cheese for good measure. Get the recipe.
This sweet and savory dressing is made with brown sugar, vegetable broth, white vinegar, soy sauce, and chili paste. Feel free to leave out the fish sauce or opt for a vegan version. Get the recipe.
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